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Vern629

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South Central Pa
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Love looking at everyone's RIG. We have 2 that we use and always have a tough time deciding which one to use. I am currently building and outfitting the 4Runner but the wife likes taking the Tundra out. Problem is the Tundra is big for the East Coast which is why I'm starting with the 4 Runner. The One with Kayaks is when she was new before I started making changes.
 

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Love a full moon in the desert.

Spent some of the best nights of my life camping alone in the desert.

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Magnolia, Texas, USA
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My rig, 1990 Jeep Wrangler, with 1981 AMC 258 and 4sp manual. I am in the process of getting it back on the road as well building into overland rig. I was looking into trailers but for this summer I'll add a roof rack for a tent and some small addons. Until it got parked last summer it was and will be my daily driver.
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Tex.Proud

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Huntsville, TX, USA
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Nice rig, was looking at FJ40s and 4runners before I found my jeep. Where was that pic taken?
Thanks. That's the Colorado River running through Sulfur Springs Camp in Bend, TX. A small place that requires a vehicle with, at least, a bit of clearance to reach some camping areas. A lot of back roads and Historical Markers in the area.
 
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804Tacoma

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Just got a set of wheels and tires that actually work with my truck! If you saw earlier this week I posted in the help thread about my wheels rubbing. I took some of my own advice and just got a new set of wheels. She's now sitting on a set of MOTO 970's 17x9 with the same Patriot mud tires I previously bought. Currently clearing 33x12.50's with NO rubbing or scraping whatsoever (removed plastic mud flaps prior to installing)! Only had it in full lock forwards and reverse on flat ground. I'm sure it will scrape some on the trail, as it's close now but I will cross that bridge when I get there. Most likely will involve just some plastic trimming, but will do a CMC if it needs it. Just happy to have that whole wheel nightmare over with!Taco.jpg